MSC Cruises announced it will restart its sailing operations in Germany on 3 July with is first ever deployment of an innovative Seaside class ship to operate in the Baltic Sea, MSC Seaview.
The vessel will homeport in Kiel until September and offer 7-night voyages. MSC Seaview will only be available for guests of all ages from the Schengen area in Europe, plus residents of Croatia, Romania and Bulgaria.
Commenting, Gianni Onorato, CEO, MSC Cruises, said: “We are looking forward to the resumption of our cruises from Germany, an incredibly important market for us, and provide our guests with an enjoyable, relaxing and safe cruise holiday on MSC Seaview, one of our most innovative ships.
“We’re delighted that this brand-new itinerary will provide our guests with some outstanding destinations to visit ashore where they can safely discover the beauty of the Baltics with the same high health and safety standards as those on board MSC Seaview, as well as all of our ships.”
MSC Seaview’s Baltic Sea cruises are another step forward in MSC Cruises’ wider plans for a return to sea for its fleet of ships. MSC Grandiosa and MSC Seaside are currently sailing in the West Mediterranean and will be joined in August by MSC Seashore for her maiden season.
The Company’s most recent addition MSC Virtuosa is set to start her own maiden season later this week with voyages around the UK.
For more details, MSC cruises website: www.msccruises.co.uk